April 4, 2020

Jackson Hole Airport Welcomes Soldiers

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April 4, 2020

Victor Man Killed In Avalanche

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April 4, 2020

Avalanche Buries Snowmobiler

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April 3, 2020

Governor Extends Statewide Health Orders Through April 30

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At Least the Fish Numbers Are Good

April 3, 2020
Fish Numbers Are Good

Recently, Jackson fish managers from Wyoming Game and Fish were able to crunch the numbers from their September sampling of the renowned stretch of Flat Creek that runs through the National Elk Refuge and the …

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START Bus Reduces Service

April 2, 2020
START Bus Reduces Service

Beginning Monday, April 6, 2020, START Bus will implement additional service reductions, primarily impacting the Town Shuttle and Teton Village routes.  These reductions in public transit service are a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic. …

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Work To Begin On Broadway Bridge

April 1, 2020

The Wyoming Department of Transportation will tentatively begin bridge rehabilitation work on the Flat Creek Bridge on West Broadway on April 6th and wrap up around the end of June. The work will include extensive …

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Schools Will Keep Teaching – Online

March 31, 2020
Schools Will Keep Teaching

Wyoming Superintendent of Public Instruction Jillian Balow has issued guidance saying that schools will keep teaching  during the extended closure. Balow points out that school doors may be closed to students, but Wyoming education is …

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Winter Storm Warning For Mountains

March 30, 2020
Warning For Mountains Tonight

Snow will be returning to western Wyoming and the National Weather Service has issued a Winter Storm Warning through tonight for the Tetons and Gros Ventre mountain ranges. Heavy snow is expected with total snow …

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Sublette County Confirms Coronavirus Case

Sublette County Confirms Coronavirus

The Wyoming Department of Health Saturday morning confirmed Sublette County’s first positive case of COVID-19. Sheriff’s Department Spokesman Travis Binghnam says the patient, a 59-year-old female, has been contacted by public health officials and remains …

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New Regulations For Antler Hunters

March 28, 2020
New Regulations For Antler

New regulations on shed antler and horn collection are now in effect. The updated regulation expands the seasonal closure area to include expanded critical wintering habitat and enact a new opening time on public lands. …

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Forest Is Open

US Forest Service

Bridger Teton National Forest is offering ideas to help the public to keep from going stir-crazy while maintaining social distancing. The Forest remains open, and offers many opportunities for dispersed recreation, which comply with Wyoming …

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Community Foundation To Hold Virus Workshops

April 2, 2020
Community Foundation To Hold Virus Workshops

The Community Foundation of Jackson Hole will host a COVID-19 response workshop series for nonprofits April 7th through 9th. While the toll of coronavirus is still being quantified, the foundation says there’s no doubt most local nonprofits …

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YNP Numbers for February Up

March 30, 2020
YNP Numbers for February Up

Though the park is now closed over the coronavirus pandemic, the February visitation statistics are out for Yellowstone National Park, showing a significant increase in recreational visitation during the month. According to the National Park …

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